For many aspiring moviemakers, Barry Levinson's coming-of-age classic DINER is a seminal film. If only they didn't go on to make their own "will-these-boobs-ever
-grow-up" movies. Hanging out at his dad's restaurant in the San Fernando Valley, David Zigman (Jason Priestley) dreams of making his own mark in the business. Unfortunately, David lacks his workaholic papa's patience and spends most of his time gambling with three immature buddies at a joint called Zigs. Although Dave's closest friend, Mike (Kane Picoy), occasionally hits a big score, Cory (Peter Dobson) is a jinx and Brett (Orien Richman) is a $50 small-timer. It's hard to imagine this quartet raise ...